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Textile Fibres

Eco Linen

Fantail Blinds in Eco Linen

Eco linens are often sourced from Belgium.  These require no fertilizers and minimal water.  They are then dew-retted – meaning the linen leaves are left on the field to rot down in their own time to leave the fibre behind, rather than using any chemical methods or excess water. Its natural fine slub gives a lovely…

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Wool

Wingback Armchair

Eco linens are often sourced from Belgium.  These require no fertilizers and minimal water.  They are then dew-retted – meaning the linen leaves are left on the field to rot down in their own time to leave the fibre behind, rather than using any chemical methods or excess water. Its natural fine slub gives a lovely…

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Organic Cotton

goodness batisse - lime organic cotton

Organic cotton is preferable to conventional cotton, due to the way it is grown. Conventional cotton is grown with large amounts of petrochemicals of which some pesticide chemicals are so harmful a singular drop to the skin can kill a worker. Organic cotton is naturally much softer than conventional, so is wonderful close to the…

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Hemp

Peka Peka Bedroom Semi-Sheer Hemp Linen Curtains

Hemp is one of nature’s wonder fibres. Like wool it cleans the air and absorbs Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).  It also absorbs and releases moisture as needed.  Forget about the harsh rough trousers from the 70s. Hemp is much more refined these days. Blended with other fibres like silk and cotton it creates a lovely…

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